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Today's employment landscape is vastly different to how it would have once looked. These days, the vast majority of workers conduct their day jobs at a computer, be they telemarketers, copywriters, designers, or even till operators. Nevertheless, progress being what it is, there's a new technology on the block that's once again shaking up the way we perceive and undertake our careers: smartphones.
There's a host of occupations people can do these days using nothing but a smartphone, but what are they? How do mobile-only careers work in practice?
Gig promoters and event organisers can both easily run their business from just their smartphones.
Although flyers, posters, and meetings all still form a large part of the job, social media is proving to be an ever-larger aspect of the promo process, and as a result the majority of events work can easily be done over the internet through a smartphone.
Many stores today are using iPads and smartphones as their primary means for totting up the prices of orders, ordering shipments, and answering customer queries.
Although an online or offline backup facility is an absolute must, it gives shop owners flexibility in the running of their businesses, stopping the need for meticulous record-keeping and allowing them to run their premises in a more fluid fashion.
With a smartphone loaded with a word processing application, anyone can write stories, blog posts, and articles, sending these to clients and employers over the handset's in-built Wi-Fi or 4G connection. If you're adept in tapping on a touchscreen, this occupation can be assumed from practically any location.